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In May 2018, San Franciscans took to the streets to protest the changes the technology industry was making to their city. Located in an ideal position for both Google and Apple employees, San Francisco attracts a large number of commuters and hosts designated buses travelling to major tech headquarters,...
A head(set) for heights: How virtual reality can help cure phobias O brave new world – an Oxford University-funded study has had great success in using virtual reality to help people suffering from a crippling fear of heights. A YouGov survey from 2014 suggests that people (in the UK at least)...
Archaeologists have unearthed new proof that the turtle’s most ancient ancestors did not have the species’ most distinctive feature: a shell. The study was published on Wednesday in the scientific journal Nature. The 228 million-year-old fossil of the shell-less turtle was discovered in the Guizhou Province in south-west China in...
They’ve been lighting European streets and houses for 60 years, and quietly adding unnecessary energy costs which are the equivalent to Portugal’s annual electricity consumption. Finally, Europe has issued halogen bulbs with their overdue eviction notice. In 2009, EU member states voted to phase-out the halogen bulb due to its...
The Global Liveability Index has now been released for 2018. It’s an annual report from The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) detailing the ‘most liveable’ cities; changes in rankings give an interesting insight into the socio-political factors affecting countries around the world. The top ten list is dominated by Canada (Calgary,...
The summer of 2018 will be remembered by many Europeans as a time of soaring temperatures, ice creams, and picnics (total grocery volume size increased 2.2 per cent). However, the heatwave which descended on Europe in mid-July this year brought a bout of negative consequences for city dwellers in...
Office drones self-conscious about their many furtive trips to the kitchen can relax; it’s official – drinking coffee is good for you. Smug sips, everyone. Research released this week suggests that coffee drinkers may live longer than their caffeine-avoiding counterparts. The study was conducted by the US National Cancer Institute...
Aboard the latest shipment to the International Space Centre is a true vision of the future: a floating, microgravity-adapting, cartoon-faced, artificial intelligence robot. Crew Interactive Mobile Companion, or Cimon as he is more familiarly known, was blasted into space this morning aboard the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Once he...
Experts disagree with WHO gaming addiction diagnosis An expert in biological psychology has criticised the World Health Organisation’s recent decision to class gaming addiction as a mental health disorder, arguing that the decision risks pathologising a hobby that the vast majority of people can enjoy harmlessly. In January this year, the...
Last year, Prime Minister Theresa May declared the UK’s housing market broken, and this year, the crisis continues. Housing is not being built fast enough to keep up with demand, and prices are surging way above income growth. Recent figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows just how...